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New Proposed Meaningful Use Recommendations

On January 12, the Health Information Technology Policy Committee published its proposed Stage 2 and 3 Meaningful Use recommendations for public comment.  The comment period ends Feb. 25 and the Health IT Policy Committee will consider all of the comments in making its final recommendations this summer to the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology at HHS.  It’s helpful to have at least some general direction where the MU requirements may be headed after 2012.  The link below has a good summary.

EHR Return on Investment Webinar

Parker Dennison and Qualifacts Systems, Inc. hosted a webinar on January 21, 2011 discussing the return on investment analysis on implementing an electronic health record for behavioral health.  Presenters Susan Parker and Craig Fair, discussed:

  • Operating metrics that will be positively influenced with the use of an EHR
  • How you can predict the impact on your bottom line
  • Examples of behavioral health providers who have experienced net financial improvement as a direct result of implementing an EHR

Download the handouts from this presentation here.

EHR Registration & Payment Begins

On January 3, 2011, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) started registration for the Medicare and Medicaid electronic health record (EHR) incentive programs. Two states, Kentucky and Oklahoma, initiated incentive payments during the first week in January, and three additional states are expected be begin payments before the end the month.

New EHR Consulting & Tools

Parker Dennison and BMS, Inc. are please to announce an array of tools, resources and consulting services designed to assist organizations with the selection of certified EHR technology, ROI measurement inclusive of the EHR incentives and the redesign of operational flows to meet the requirements of Meaningful Use.  For more information  Parker Dennison and BMS, Inc. have a long history of assisting behavioral health organizations with operational improvements and implementation of new initiatives.

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